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An electrifying art exhibition with a difference, it started with an grand opening night, which was complimented with a full evening of free entertainment, fire performers, jugglers, stilt walkers and light shows with all artists, working with illumination taking place throughout the crypt and its grounds. Illumini will not just showcase art it will entertain, introducing all communities that may not normally visit the arts to a different approach.
Illumini brings together a variety of artists, all sharing a passion for the subject of light. Set in the famous St Pancras crypt, these impressive pieces of artwork come to life in this desolate and unsettling environment. Come along to experience the illuminatory and dazzling effect this diverse collection of artwork has on the crypt’s dark environment.
Travel down abandoned corridors and venture into secret recesses to explore a wide variety of artwork. The pieces range from photographs and paintings depicting light, to sculptural works that literally glow; at once transforming the crypt’s murky and shadowy atmosphere like never before.
The grand opening night of the first Illumini event attracted over 3,000 people, with queues snaking around the church and along the Euston Road. The atmosphere was electrifying, children interacting with the performers, visitors got into the spirit of the event by using the glow sticks as their own media to create works of art both on their person or a work of art in one of the many hidden spaces within the crypt.
The exhibition continued on to the 17th September and attracted 7,145 visitors in all. The response from people was amazing and they continually enquired about the possibility of a next event. Many returned again and again finding something new each time. Visitors were from a broad range of backgrounds, from commuters working or travelling through the area, to local people who live in the borough and even people travelled from as far as Devon, Cornwall, Wales and the North of England. We even had visitors from as far afield as Europe and the USA. Families found this a great opportunity to visit the arts and introduce their children to it.
Illumini 2008 was a huge success and had done exactly what it was intended to do, introduce people to the arts who had never been before, many of them commenting how they did not realise art could be so much fun and so interesting.
Artists for Illumini Event 2008
Mercedes Altuna was originally from Leioa, Biscay region of Spain, her earlier career started here with, a commission for a large scale collage mural for Travel agency in Bilbao Exhibition Centre. Later she graduating from Central St Martins in glass and fine art.
Madi Boyd attended Slade School of Art and in 2005 graduated with a BA in fine art. She has exhibited with the prestigious London Group, as a guest artist. Since then she has been part of a group show, with a collaboration with neuroscientists, called ‘The Brain Unravelled’ at The Slade research Centre. www.madiboyd.com
In 2001 David Chalkley graduated with a BA Honours in Fine art and sculpture at Leeds University. He has been a member of the prestigious London group since 2000 and regularly exhibited with them. In 2006 David’s art work was displayed at the London Affordable Art Fair in Battersea. David has shown work nationally and was chosen to exhibit in Illumini Event 2008, from there we invited him to join us with a commission to exhibit at Quantum at the ‘Light Up; Event, as part of the Olympiad 2012 celebrations. www.davidchalkley.co.uk
Vincenzo di Maria graduated from Central St Martins in 2008,in Ma industrial design. Since Illumini Vincenzo has set up, VDM design studios, in Hackney, where he concentrates on product design. Along with a researcher for the Design Against Crime Research Centre at the, University of the Arts London. www.vdmdesign.net
Lewis Hayward previous experience before Illumini,
photographed bands including a cd cover and gig flyer design. Since Illumini Lewis is an international photographer, well known for his fashion photography, his
work has been featured in top magazines.
Caroline Lambard studied in Birmingham on a degree course in Industrial Ceramics and Glass. She is based at her studios in the Chocolate factory and exhibited her installation and drawings in group shows and open studios. Caroline has been shortlisted several times for her outstanding public art projects
Jayne Lloyd is currently undertaking an MA in Fine Art at Byam Shaw School of Art, St Martins. In 2008 she was selected for the Illumini Event and was featured in Time Out and The Telegraph. As a result of this she was commissioned to be part of Illumini Quantum held at ‘LightUp’, an Olympiad event in celebration of 2012 Olympics.
Liz Murfitt Graduating with a BA (Hons) in Fine art. Photography became a hobby through Liz’s life and became a full time commitment after retirement. She exhibited locally from 2005-2007. In 2008 she was shortlisted for ‘Garden Photographer of the Year’. She was selected for the Illumini Event 2008 and was featured in the Daily Telegraph for her Photogram art, in Illumini. Since then Liz has undertaken several commissions. She has exhibited in London and Norfolk in a range of shows and involved in several workshops in Norfolk.
Adrian Navarro was born in Boston and in 1999 completed an MA in Architecture at the Polytechnic University of Madrid. He has exhibited in Madrid and his work is included in private collections of UBS bank and Caja in Madrid. In 2006 he moved to London, and was part of Salon 07 at the Seven Seven gallery. Then in 2008 was chosen to exhibit in Illumini 2008. Since then Adrian had, a first solo show in London at the ADA gallery space. www.adriannavarro.com
Silviu is a Romanian artist, who came to London in 2008. He was selected for Illumini Event 2008. During Illumini he gained funding to further his practice and after, studied in London, in Flash animation and website design and English language.
Suzan Swale completed her MA in Fine art painting at the Royal College of the Arts. Awards gained John Minton Scholarship Award for Painting, Burston Award and British council Travel award to Finland. From 1972 to date Suzan has lectured in some of the countries top universities and colleges. Suzan was selected for Illumini and was feature in the Daily Telegraph with her work ‘no more lies’. www.suzanswale.co.uk
Matthew Swift gained a BA in Theatre Design at Central St Martins in London in 1984. In 1999 a MA in studio art at New York University USA.
In 2003. PG cert in Art & Design at the institute of education of London. Matthew has exhibited in Australia, USA and the UK. At present is teaching art in London.
Matthew’s installations are constructed from founded objects and photographs. He pays particular attention to site specific locations were the spaces it’s self becomes a material and part of the palette used. everyday.www.matthewswift.co.uk
Andrea Tyrimos was studying at Central St Martins, when chosen for Illumini Event 2008. During Illumini Andrea, was featured in Time Out and a-n magazine. She created the Illumini image and commissioned for Illumini Quantum, to exhibit at ‘Light Up’ an Olympiad event. www.andreatyrimos.com
Jane Webb is a London based mixed media, illuminarie artist and also the founder and curator of Ilumini. Jane graduated in Glass & Fine Art Post Grad Certificate, at Central St Martins in 2006 and shown work at the prestigious Victoria and Albert Museum in 2007 and exhibited a temporary installation in Leicester Square in 2009. Read more on Jane.
Comments left by Guests for Illumini Event 2008
I have never been to an exhibition before, where I have loved all the work! Su xxx
Wow my 1st art event this was brilliant
Awesome exhib very unusual
It was very very fun. thank you Elliot age 10
Really brilliant best thing this year. Jill from Wales
My 2nd visit and just gets better. Rob x
Great lighting loved the heart beat. Charlie’s Angels
Sorry we missed the opening night , we couldnt get in. Such crowds! Came back to see so glad we did . Well done never seen crowds at an art exhibition
wow a exhibition were the kids have as much fun as the adults, thanks for the free glow sticks will amuse them for hours
Keep on enlighting us. Mark
I like the plugs. Sue age 6
Well Done Andrea! loved all the art work. Kan
Came to the opening night on Thursday, was so impressed we returned today (fri), to have a closer look at the exhibits. Most interesting. There is plenty of talent around.
Interesting it’s made me see the light, it’s totally sensoring. I like the smell and sounds
A most stunning exhibition original and professional thank you
Lloyd’s chairs great effect, Altuna, glass beautiful, Chalkley candles fantastic idea. I have bought one, so proud to have a piece of your art in my home.Thanks
Thanks for finally getting my sons imagination fired up.
Fanatastic venue. well done Liz Murfit
Great idea could really get excited for more> Willi New Zealand
That’s what I call art!
Jane you will over take Damien
I want more! when is the next event Jane
ms Boyd’s work loved it
Thank you so much, fantastic location and superbly curated
Our first date, we have really got to know each other by chatting about the art here and really enjoyed it. I have never been to see anything like this before .Thank you Illumini
Didn’t realise art could be so cool! thanks
Electric show Well Done.
Brings whole new meaning to light entertainment . Brilliant. thanks
Really unexpectedly fabulous. From Cape Town! SA
A Great exhibition and wonderful to see New Talent
Excellent loved it
Great loved Cyber city by Jane Webb
Good job Matt
Loved it especially the photos at the beginning Lewis, would love to know the effects and how it was created. Great afternoon activity.
Light brings so many emotions
Great use of the venue
so different, such imagination and hard work ace.
Music appropriate depicting heart beat by representing life and death/ / artist reflecting light & darkness. Project worked together.
Madi Boyds installations were mesmerising. Fabulous exhibition.
Was not sure what i was queuing for, glad i did this is amazing, didnt realise art covered so many things. thanks
How did one person create such a huge success well done xx
Thanks and love and very best wishes to Suzan Swale .Chris
Illumini really did light up my life
Great job well done. jules glastonbury
A beautiful show, very well planned to make the best use of this fantastic space. Great work on show Congratulations
Thank you gods/or beings born in this city in which there are so many imaginative things to see or do. I am here with very little artistic ability but I do enjoy seeing what others can create.
Brilliant in every sense Chris
Great exposition… met Jane Webb its an honor!
What a lovely warm welcome when you enter the crypt from the artists.
Interesting & thought provoking Liz Murfitt, navarro and Webb all excellent
Wow Jane Webb is cool
Amazing!! more !!
Madi Boyd’s work is stunning
This is a extraordinary exhibition never seen anything like it, heart beat installation was my fav
Great show loved it. Thanks Jenny
Beautiful all round especially light work and lewis’s stunning pics
Very nice knickers indeed
Glad we found you
A creepy Christmas crypt
Enspena expoticion muy sugerente!
Im enlightened and mystified… you think that’s air your breathing?!?!
Excellent show! schumi Canada
Found it very inspirational as an art student, great location and atmosphere
Beautiful, what an amazing surprise!
The best things in life are free. this show rocks
Cyborgs were so cool
More , More , More !
Very interesting I was nicely surprised.
Inspiring and thought provoking
The heart beat piece did it for me
reminds me of the 80’s in the best possible way
travelled from cornwall to see this well worth it excellent
Great curating Ms Webb wonderful ideas hope to see illumini 2 when it happens
Amazing space, lots of interesting pieces, so many I cant decide which is my favourite! Look forward to discovering more more about your work! Great atmosphere too.
I felt my heart beat faster thank you so much
Better than cyberdog well done Jane Webb
Really good coming back again
Saw the poster on the bus came and checked it out. keep it going! Its great the things you can find in London Thank you not normally into art but this was great
We love Mr Plug
Thnnks excellent when is the next one?
Some good ideas being developed here, liked the ambience of the crypt and particularly liked the technology cybernetic pieces.
Electrifying enlightening labyrinths where the past, present & future commune with the dead. Fabulous
Unique & fantastic cant wait to see what else the curator does
Humanoid loved them thanks x
No lies this was the best
My children loved it thanks so much and free
Really great ideas Well done ! Mark North Wales
what a fantastic show! Do more in dark places! great venue.
opening night what an atmosphere never seen a crypt so alive !, well done
Great exhibition plugs were my favourite. Jane Webb & Matthew Swift great work
Thank you very much for a very educating lesson. Poland
Great stuff and perfect response to the location. Thanks !
Really liked the show fantastic location.
Lovely exhibition thanks. Auigah
The plugs rock!
Just wonderful to see such lovely work. Katy
Very good show highly recommended. Andre
Very interesting wonderful use of the space and light excellent job
Very Interesting !!
Its creepy in here but im loving it.
Very intense John
wonderful exhibition in a truly unique location, this whats makes London’s many down sides worth while jenni x
Brilliant and illuminating. As an 83 yr old feminist woman. so many woman in the show how come? interesting congratulations amazing Yvonne
Delightful wonderful atmosphere innovative exhibition Marilyn Canada
Andrea just wanted to touch it, it’s great Elms x
Two folks very much enjoying what you all done
Refreshing great ideas hat off to the curator
Keep up the good work cant wait to see what you do next
Thanks very illuminating
Please do lots more!
Thank you was great
This is my 2nd visit . just as impressed as the last time. A very sensitive response to the nature of the space. Wonderful show
Beaucoup d’imagination, le jeu de construction des lumieres et leurs disposition est bluffant!!! superbe exposition! Bonne chance pour la suite
Come on baby light my fire
Found this visit inspiring may your creativity continue to amaze us
Works really well as a collection and each piece is also good enough to stand alone. You should do this again please
Thank you for brighten up my day x
Brilliant in every sense
the exhibition was nice
Wow more please
What a great idea
Love Jane webb’s Cyber City
fascinating use of the dark,damp cavemans space full of tricks of the light
Enjoyed your show well done Chelle
Very unusual especially liked Andrea Tyrimos art work x
Katie needs a wee but loved the bright lights and colours
spooky eerie but fascinating. I don’t think I was alone! Rupert
I loved it thank you
Beautiful use of the space, Jane has arranged.
Andrea Thank you for letting me touch- love yer work ! C u in Oct Caureen
An ‘enlighting’ exhibition in the perfect venue! Emma
Burning man forever
Ive just bought three lightbulbs for 99p in Robert Dyes. See the recurring theme…….
Very interesting! Very magical! Very LIGHT fantastic! Sponge Bob rules
Constant Heart Beat
Back to black is amazing cant’ believe its a painting what an artist.
Get off my lawn
Great lights me up
A trip to fantastic! AMAZING!
Brilliant James 12
A great exhibition in an amazing venue- brightened my day! more exhibitions please
step into the light Amy
Loved it especially the Cyber City!!
lots of different and stuff age 14
Are there dead bodies in here?
Thank I like this lights
Good work playing with light- Norbert
Creepy but Beautiful.
Very illuminating. Nick and Flo
2nd visit. I loved all the exhibits
Very interesting and exciting
Art comes in many forms .
Great show works really well
Illuminating wondrous x
Exceptionally enlighting! fantastic
Lots to see worth another visit, very stimulating. Thanks!
Interesting work well set, with the unexpected occurring thanks
Fantastic atmospheric. Well done !
Cant help being creeped out by tombstones and the heart beat installation very interesting exhibition though
Thanks Caroline – came to your studios and enjoyed. Absolutely amazing
Interesting work great space well done
we loved Madis wires and the photogram’s. unnerved by the heart beat installation ha ha
we really enjoyed the show please keep in touch with more events.
very good show liked it a lot Justin
Loved the atmospheric embodied
Very unusual and most interesting
v interesting thank you so much
Dave Brixham Very good work, interesting, stimulating and a great use of the space
Thank you Madi
Positive uplifting beautiful, Loved it Thanks
Very cool indeed thank you
Its amazing what light can do
strings were amazing
Great the place has such a mysterious feeling
This was great and very atmospheric
What a lovely surprise wonderful pieces of work
Great success, great talent . well done to you all!
Really interesting, very good location
Thank you robin & Chacha
Harp light is great
Amazing exhibit loads of inspiration! Crystal
Totally mind blowing
I love the cyber work really inspiring
Really cool beats any white wall gallery
Love the work Jane. Emma x
Liz I love you like brother. T
Fab stimulating show- brilliant
Ill never again look at/ think about light like before! Thanks
I am enlighted
Excellent inspiring! Thank you
Thank you for a lovely time robin age 7
Thanks everything glows wicked Billy age 11
Thanks for an unusual setting free from the oppressive white walls of galleries . x
very uplifting thank you
Thanks great show Janet ball
Light Fantastic A great place to have it !
Atmospheric setting for a very inspiring exhibition. Thank You
Awsome Madi work interesting
Jane Webb you are fantastic
It lit my mind
Love the Plug sockets
Und forma disinta de ver las cosas Thanks very good
Fantastic location to showcase fantastic exhbits
Jane Webb is the best
Great show thanks very much where would we be without the LED .DJ wheelie bag
What a brilliant exhibition & wonderful space . Would love all this stuff in my house
I like the tombstone lit up
great show well done
Best Trip ever
Im totally impressed. I might come back again tomorrow. When im rich ill commission Jane Webb
great location for it its beautiful Sarah
Most illuminating HH from Oz
Glad we came
Great Pear of pants
Tony and Tracy think its brill a good start to our day!
Interested if there is a darker side
I love it just like sambuca shotsx
Great location Simon especially loved it, his inspired him to be an electrician
One of the best exhibitions I have been to in ages well done! Rich
Thought provoking and inspiring good combination of church & art kind of gothic! A london Treasure
What a great birthday outing Thanks to my girlfriend nice light show let there be light
io sol invictus!
Awesome will pop back again great Rick
Thanks for putting on a great free event
Madi Boyd great stuff
Great exhibition in a amazing venue. Very friendly artists and curator a pleasure to meet
Totally brilliant Totally different totally connected totally atmospheric totally electric. Bloody Brill Jane – want more!
Fantastic venue fantastic pieces x
Happy birthday to me 60 today
The harp light is my favourite
Andrea Tyrimos Really cool! Such precision
Bright Idea Jane well done
Great setting for a great show more please.
The Lewis Hayward photos were gorgeous Geri Hayward
Clever woman who is Jane Webb?
Very inspiring shiz
Made me think Lovely art work wish I was this creative
Interesting venue for exhibition enjoyed especially mirrored light pictures and wire work
Great use of the space like a magical underworld
A pleasant way to spend a Saturday thanks
Very Nice you should do it again some where
Happy birthday Aiden 8.9.08
Happy birthday to me 10 today
Unique sculptures in an equally unique setting Keith
Me and Danny are inspired
Fantastic place and exhibition
Futuristic sculptures are great!
Like the heart beat
Came to see the welcome exhibition found this on the way home so much better coming back next week again
Fantastic coming back again
Ben & Rsalyn you’re late
Rose revisiting after the preview night, amazing exhibits, fascinating talking to the curator and definitely so inspiring in this environment. Good luck with future projects. I will look up the details
I loved thank you
Cool Venue for Cool work
Such diverse creations! V cool thank you
Love the plugs
I dream a night in which it seemed Id dreamed a light within my sight. Perhaps a brighter later
Wonderful use of a wonderful space
Kick ass cool
questa cosa mi e piaciuta moltofrancese
It was fanatstic Eveanor aged 8
Fantastic loved it
The heartbeat is the most imaginative and site piece
Intriguing makes one think
Im glad i came with my mummy! stefan aged 32
Especially enjoyed enemy deception
It scared my girlfriend shitless !
mn grand bravo! a tow us criateues illuminines!
I liked the xrays of fruit and lasers
Very cool thank you
Thank you excellent
very spooky light
Great lighting on tombstones
This has brightened up a very bad day for me
Madi Boyd cool
Very cool and original
What about the dead?
Love the heart beat bought the tunnels alive x
We loved Vincenzo
Wicked venue, brilliant expo in particular the plugs
Great show great curating great ideas great gallery and a friendly greeting at the door!
Vincenzo Di Marie’s piece is the ultimate piece de reistance bellissimo
Excellent use of this space
Good opportunity to view some innovative ideas and products are that affordable
Plug me in baby vincis work rules
Madis work was fabulous
All hail the kings of sparkle.
Very cool exhbit
Liz Murfitt great to see your work here Betty and David
That was a very fun time for a birthday treat for Roger x
Press for Illumini Event 2008
Illumini attracted a large amount of press this is just a couple of the articles, written about illumini
Illumini: out of darkness, light 30/08/2008
A musty crypt proves the inspired setting for an exhibition about illumination, says Ruby Russell Wander round the back of St Pancras New Church on London’s Euston Road and an entrance guarded by an imposing row of columns will lead you down into the cool, dark interior of the crypt. Musty stone tunnels give way to dark alcoves stacked with gravestones and end in boards, behind which the crypt retains its original purpose.A new chapter began in the crypt’s history in 2002 when it was noticed by a group of young artists looking for an unusual venue to exhibit in. Word spread and the crypt is now almost continuously occupied by one independent show after another.For Jane Webb, an artist fascinated by light, the crypt had an instant appeal. “It’s very atmospheric,” she says. “It gave me the idea of giving artists from all different backgrounds the chance to come together and create an event where we not only exhibit but entertain.” In the show that developed, 13 artists will transform the space with works that use light as their inspiration or medium.
The opening night will have a festival atmosphere; fire performers and stilt walkers will entertain an audience that Webb hopes will encompass families and those who might feel excluded or simply bored by a more conventional gallery.The artists’ use of light ranges from visual jokes like light bulb-shaped candles and illuminated plugs, to Liz Murfitt’s photograms that use light in a painterly way on photosensitive canvas, updating a process used by Man Ray.
Madi Boyd has created an installation constructed as a grid of threads across intersecting planes, illuminated by projected film. It creates a kind of optical illusion where it becomes difficult to judge what is solid and what is light, or to gauge the physical dimensions of the piece itself. I’m trying to work in quite a scientific way to see the limits of perception, to see how you can fool the brain,” Boyd explains. “Thatled me into an enquiry into the connection between seeing and knowing and the ambiguity of perception.”The crypt is a perfect space for my work because, on a physical level, I’m trying to sculpt light. For me, a blank canvas is a pitch-darkroom.” Artists like Boyd draw our attention to the process of looking at the world.
The show also acts on our primal attraction to bright lights, whether mimicking the tricks of advertising in the case of Suzan Swale’s Nauman-esque neon slogan, Tell Me No More Lies, oras in Jayne Lloyd’s sculptures, by making references to the connection between light and domesticity. Lloyd’s chair-like structures are internally lit and covered with painted paper like Chinese lanterns. The light extends the forms with a warm, inviting glow, while the paper excludes any physical interaction with the piece, raising more complex ideas of belonging and place.
Some of the most accessible works on display will be sculptures by Webb. She creates figurative forms embedded with recycled electronic components and flashing LEDs, inspired by our increasing reliance on technology. The unique setting of the crypt will give her cyborgs of an imagined future a chance to commune with the ghosts of London’s past.’Illumini’ is at The Crypt, St Pancras Church, London NW1 from Thurs. Info: www.illuminievent.co.uk
The Review – FEATURE
Published: 4 September 2008
New reverence for technology
THE Cyborg sculptures looming eerily in the cool dark alcoves of St Pancras Crypt from today (Thursday) could symbolise a carcass, an idol or perhaps a prophecy.
Jane Webb is known in the art world for her stained glass wall panels and light features made from mirror but her primary fascination, is with the influence of prosthetics and cybernetics on the modern psyche.
Using bits of old circuit boards and scrap computer to create bright and beautiful sculptures she aims to highlight how our reverence for technological tools affects the way we see ourselves.
Webb said: “These days with our accessories and gadgets we are all very much starting to look like mechanical beings, robots and sci-fi phenomena. It’s worrying how far it might go.”
The opening night at the St Pancras Parish Church in Euston Road, Bloomsbury, should be a packed out affair with outdoor fire shows, jugglers and stilt-walkers.
Everyone is welcome said Webb.
“It’s completely an open affair and free to everybody.
“The whole point of the show was to get a mix of all kinds of different people come and enjoy the work. When exhibitions open up they hold a private viewing just for the elite which I think is very off-putting for ordinary people.”
She said: “I think art should be seen and free and accessible to everyone. It’s a distraction from the daily grind – a way to relax.” She has found artists at all stages of their careers from students to professionals and even people that have no experience in the field.
Andrea Tynmes an art student has used pictures she shot of the lighting used at various Amy Winehouse gigs as inspiration for her paintings. Her work will be exhibited alongside Webb’s mirror light box of Amy’s face, which glows bright red at night and is to be donated to the songstress after the show.
Nominee for the Garden Photographer of the Year award, Liz Murfitt has contributed photograms to light the corridors and stairwells while Silvui Pascal’s short film will offer a child’s eye view of the speed of light and movement.
• Illumini, curated by Jane Webb, opens September 4 and runs until September 17 at The Crypt, St Pancras Church, Euston Road. Open daily 11am-7pm free admission.
London for free: Illumini
Sunday, September 7, 2008
The dark recesses of the St Pancras Church Crypt will be lit up by the group exhibition Illumini over the next two weeks. Amid the illuminated photography and paintings, keep an eye out for glowing sculptural works by Jane Webb – who creates installations using recycled computer and electronic components – and Suzan Swale’s neon signs.
Until Sep 17, St Pancras Church Crypt, Euston Road (entrance via Duke’s Road) NW1, daily 11am to 7pm. www.stpancraschurch.org Tube: Euston
- Until Sep 17 Critics’ Choice FREE
- St Pancras Church , The Crypt, entrance on Duke’s Rd, London, NW1 2BA
- Set in an atmospheric location of abandoned corridors and recessed nooks, this exhibition brings together photographs, paintings and sculpture that explore light, by artists including Jane Webb and Andrea Tirimos . The publicly accessible opening night on Thursday features light shows, circus acts and performance artists working with illumination.
- St Pancras Church , The Crypt, entrance on Duke’s Rd, London, NW1 2BA , UK Geo: 51.527079, -0.130164
- Category: Exhibitions
- Times: Thur 6-9pm, thereafter daily 11am-7pm
- Tube: Euston
- Posted by Jude on 12 Sep 2008 00:26
………Was slightly freaked out because of the venue but it definitely good anyhow……….2. Posted by Vicki on 04 Sep 2008 10:27
……….Not to be missed!
Sponsors for Illumini Event 2008
Illumini would like to thank all of our kind business supporters, volunteers and stewards for the Illumini 2008 Event, with out you this would not of been possible.
Dot productions are a creative team of fabric designers and printers, which print onto any material or specialised fabrics. This unique company are big supporters of Illumini and have kindly supplied promotional clothing for this event. wwww.dotproductions.co.uk
Glowsafe have supported and worked alongside Illumini and are the supplier of El panel technology displayed at the event. www.glowsafe.com
Mathmos have teamed up with Illumini and will be displaying an exciting range of products at this years Illumini event. www.mathmos.com
Surelight works alongside artists, designers and architects with their electro luminescent products and they have kindly supported illumini and have provided all El Wire used in this event. www.surelight.com
The Glass bar have an ongoing interest in the arts,with their own community events for woman and have kindly donated and supported Illumini . www.theglassbar.org.uk
Waitrose a high quality well known supermarket of food and wines, are kindly supporting Illumini. www.waitrose.com